Transitioning From Teen Mom

I promised myself when I got pregnant with my son that things were going to be different from when I had my daughter because this time I was different. When I first gave birth in 2013 I was only eighteen years old. I was still living at home, and I was still sharing a room […]

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What am I Doing?

Call me crazy. No, really. I must be completely insane to be taking on all that I am right now. Let me explain. A lot has changed in my life in the month of March. My family moved into a new home while I was 38 weeks pregnant. The following week, when I had planned […]

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Sleeping Through the Night:My tips and tricks

Let me start by saying I’m not a parenting expert. I’m certainly not a sleep expert! I made mistakes in the beginning. I did not sleep train my daughter. I never got her on a schedule when she was little and she co-slept for years (currently trying to break her of that habit.) Now, I’m having […]

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Configuring my Family Bed

We are never going to sleep again. That was my thought as I climbed back into bed on Tuesday morning. My husband had just left for work and I was sandwiched between our sleeping three year old and sleeping three day old. In that moment our king size bed felt like a twin and I […]

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Raising Sleeping Babies in Chaos

I like loud music. Now, when I say that I don’t mean that I occasionally like to turn my music full blast, I mean, my music is playing at full blast 92% of the time. You would think that that’s weird, right? I have a three year old daughter, and another one on the way, […]

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My Top 5 Tips for Parenting While Pregnant

My daughter was almost three when I found out I was expecting my second. She had been potty trained for a little over six months, had a much clearer grasp on language, and she was at what I felt was the perfect age to become a big sister. I didn’t want my children to be […]

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I’m a Stay at Home Mom, and That’s Enough

“What are you going to do if she’s at school? Are you going to take a class or get a job?” We had been discussing placing my daughter in school a few more days a week and this was the first question my mother asked me. I stared blankly at her. You see, that’s a […]

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